Lake Forest College Sports Information
Courtney DeHoey and Sally Bevis Selected as Lake Forest’s First All-Americans
DeHoey, a junior forward, broke her own school record with 31 points this season. She scored a team-high 16 goals and tied the school record with 15 assists. Among her scores were six power play goals and four shorthanded scores. Her 10 goals in 15 Northern Collegiate Hockey Association games were three more than any other player in the league and she tied for the conference lead in points. She also ranked among the top 20 in the nation in points and goals per game.
Bevis, a senior goaltender, surpassed her own school records with a .941 save percentage and 2.01 goals against average. Those marks ranked second and 14th in the nation, respectively, and the 2006-07 Foresters surrendered fewer goals per game than in any of the program’s previous six seasons. Bevis finished her four years at the College with the highest career save percentage (.917) and lowest goals against average (2.75) in team history.
Lake Forest posted an 11-7-7 overall record on the season and finished fourth in the NCHA standings with a 6-4-5 league mark. The Foresters won the third-place game of the NCHA’s O’Brien Cup Tournament.